Comparative Study

| Published: December 25, 2017

Emotional Intelligence, Adjustment and Quality of Interpersonal Relationship among Young Adults

Mekhla Deep

M.A Counselling Psychology, Batch 2013-2015, AUUP, Noida, India Google Scholar More about the auther

DIP: 18.01.101/20170501

DOI: 10.25215/0501.111


Introduction: Individuals with elevated levels of Emotional Intelligence (EI) appear to have emotional skills that permit them to adapt viably to the difficulties they face and encourage well being. Considering the part of Emotional Intelligence in adapting exploration may yield advantages for people on the grounds that EI has reliably been connected with constructive measures, including life and work fulfilment, interpersonal relationships, work execution, mental prosperity, physical wellbeing, adjustment and psycho physiological measures of versatile adapting. The main purpose of this study was to assess the Emotional Intelligence, Adjustment and Interpersonal Relationship among young adults and correlation among them.  Methodology: The research was investigated using quantitative approach with a sample of 80 participants, who were selected from a Delhi/NCR based college ranging between 18-23 years of age. Statistical analysis was employed to measure and analyse the data; mean, standard deviation and Pearson Correlation were used to analyze the data. Results and Implications: The empirical results showed that there is a significant relationship between Emotional intelligence and Interpersonal Relationship. People with high EI will possess high IPR i.e. they are more emotionally stable which further helps to have positive relationships with others, on the other hand, statistically a significant correlation could  not be found between emotional intelligence and adjustment.

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ISSN 2348-5396

ISSN 2349-3429

DIP: 18.01.101/20170501

DOI: 10.25215/0501.111

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Published in   Volume 05, Issue 1, October-December, 2017

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